In order to go to the departure place in all serenity, here is some practical information:

The departure and return of the buses is done from the Tourist Office.

To go to the Tourist Office

Adress : 12 cours du 30 Juillet – 33000 BORDEAUX

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From the Saint-Jean train station

line C, stop Quinconces
More information on the streetcar lines :www.infotbm.com


By car, parking lots nearby:

  • Tourny (the closest, about 50 meters away): paying underground parking
  • Quinconces: paid parking, outside
  • Bourse/Jean Jaures : paying underground parking

All information on parking offers in Bordeaux : http://sedeplacer.bordeaux-metropole.fr/Auto-Moto/Stationnement


-> By bus : parking des Quinconces – allée de Bristol

Maps and information :http://www.bordeaux.fr/ville/CarDeTourisme

For your comfort and safety:


  • Make your own arrangements before the start of the tour, as the vehicles are not equipped with toilets.
  • In case of rain, a protective tarp or canopy will be placed over the vehicles.
  • However, you should bring clothing adapted to the weather on the day of your visit (cap, hat, windbreaker…)
  • We remind you that it is forbidden to smoke, drink alcohol and eat on board the buses.
  • Dogs on a leash are allowed on board.

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